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Digital inequalities and why they matter
L Robinson, SR Cotten, H Ono, A Quan-Haase, G Mesch, W Chen, ...
Information, communication & society 18 (5), 569-582, 2015
12192015
No A 4 U: The relationship between multitasking and academic performance
R Junco, SR Cotten
Computers & Education 59 (2), 505-514, 2012
11892012
Characteristics of online and offline health information seekers and factors that discriminate between them
SR Cotten, SS Gupta
Social science & medicine 59 (9), 1795-1806, 2004
11852004
Impact of internet use on loneliness and contact with others among older adults: cross-sectional analysis
SR Cotten, WA Anderson, BM McCullough
Journal of medical Internet research 15 (2), e2306, 2013
7612013
Student–faculty interactions: Dynamics and determinants
SR Cotten, B Wilson
Higher education 51, 487-519, 2006
6372006
The relationship between Internet activities and depressive symptoms in a sample of college freshmen
C Morgan, SR Cotten
CyberPsychology & Behavior 6 (2), 133-142, 2003
5642003
Perceived academic effects of instant messaging use
R Junco, SR Cotten
Computers & Education 56 (2), 370-378, 2011
5352011
A double burden of exclusion? Digital and social exclusion of older adults in times of COVID-19
A Seifert, SR Cotten, B Xie
The Journals of Gerontology: Series B 76 (3), e99-e103, 2021
4592021
Internet use and depression among retired older adults in the United States: A longitudinal analysis
SR Cotten, G Ford, S Ford, TM Hale
Journals of Gerontology Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences …, 2014
4562014
Internet use and depression among older adults
SR Cotten, G Ford, S Ford, TM Hale
Computers in human behavior 28 (2), 496-499, 2012
4182012
Understanding online safety behaviors: A protection motivation theory perspective
HS Tsai, M Jiang, S Alhabash, R LaRose, NJ Rifon, SR Cotten
Computers & Security 59, 138-150, 2016
3982016
Social support and “playing around” an examination of how older adults acquire digital literacy with tablet computers
HS Tsai, R Shillair, SR Cotten
Journal of Applied Gerontology 36 (1), 29-55, 2017
2872017
Getting grandma online: are tablets the answer for increasing digital inclusion for older adults in the US?
HS Tsai, R Shillair, SR Cotten, V Winstead, E Yost
Educational gerontology 41 (10), 695-709, 2015
2852015
Online safety begins with you and me: Convincing Internet users to protect themselves
R Shillair, SR Cotten, HYS Tsai, S Alhabash, R LaRose, NJ Rifon
Computers in Human Behavior 48, 199-207, 2015
2482015
Rural-urban differences in general and health-related internet use
TM Hale, SR Cotten, P Drentea, M Goldner
American Behavioral Scientist 53 (9), 1304-1325, 2010
2282010
Marital status and mental health revisited: Examining the importance of risk factors and resources
SR Cotten
Family Relations, 225-233, 1999
2211999
Balancing the one-to-one equation: Equity and access in three laptop programs
M Warschauer, B Zheng, M Niiya, S Cotten, G Farkas
Equity & Excellence in Education 47 (1), 46-62, 2014
2132014
Digital inequalities 2.0: Legacy inequalities in the information age
L Robinson, J Schulz, G Blank, M Ragnedda, H Ono, B Hogan, GS Mesch, ...
First Monday 25 (7), 2020
2032020
Elementary school teachers' beliefs about the role of technology in 21st-century teaching and learning
LTJ O'Neal, P Gibson, SR Cotten
Computers in the Schools 34 (3), 192-206, 2017
1952017
Students' technology use and the impacts on well‐being
SR Cotten
New Directions for Student Services 2008 (124), 55-70, 2008
1922008
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